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Future SEC Schedules vs Power Conference Teams


Many teams in the SEC already have some interesting games in place. Others better get crackin'!

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

SEC 2014 Football Schedule Released


Now we know who is playing who.

What's The Hold-up With Arkansas and Texas Tech?


With rumors leaking this week of a possible home-and-home with Texas Tech up the road, it's important to understand why Arkansas can't commit to the game yet. Hint: it may have something to do with...

The Case For A 9 Game SEC Schedule


I wrote this over a year ago for ArkansasSports360, but talk of the 9 game schedule is heating up again so I thought I'd post it as a refresher.

Mike Slive Leaves Door Open for Nine Game Schedule


The SEC commissioner won't rule out the possibility of adding a game to the league slate.

SEC Announces 2013 Conference Schedule


Here it is, the slate of teams everyone will face in 2013. Sorry everyone, but they kicked the rotation can another year down the road.

What Hog Fans Should Look For In 2013 SEC Schedule


Here are a few big questions the SEC schedule release should answer for Razorback fans.

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Will Not Win Ten Games in the 2012 College Football Season


CBS Sports college football blogger Jerry Hinnen predicts the Georgia Bulldogs will win at least ten games in 2012. Dawg Sports explains why anyone who believes that must be smoking something.

Report: 12-Year SEC Schedule Coming Friday


CBS's Brett McMurphy is reporting that the SEC is going to announce its future football schedule for the next dozen years this Friday. Larry Templeton, who has headed up the scheduling committee, has already divulged that it will be a 6-1-1 format that preserves designated cross-division rivals. The rotating opponent will change every year according to McMurphy, so every team will play every other team in the conference at least once every six or seven years. It's a concept we took a look at and mocked up back in March.

Permanent Rivals Look Safe


According to Larry Templeton, the head of the SEC's scheduling committee, permanent rivalries are almost certainly going to continue. "I would say that the permanent games are probably as safe as anything that's on the table," he told Seth Emerson. A nine-game schedule hasn't been ruled out, but it doesn't enjoy much support either. (via CBS)

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